Our local newspaper, the Naperville Sun, printed this picture from the Aurora Historical Society. The date is said to be December 25, 1941. What I notice immediately, apart from the marching bells, are the tracks in the street and the overhead wire.
The location is easy to determine: we're looking south on Broadway, from a point just south of Fox. In the distance is the Burlington overpass across Broadway; above the overpass is the Firestone sign, etc. But the date seems wrong. The CA&E had stopped running down the middle of Broadway on Dec. 31st, 1939, two years (minus a week) before, and it seems unlikely that the track and especially the wire would still be in place. (City service stopped in 1934.) It would be nice to have a more definite year, but in any case, as the bells are saying, Merry Christmas!